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  1. NASA Lead Flight Director - Artemis I
  2. Creator of Cirque De Soleil, Astronaut
  3. Ryan Lambert  (2)
  4. Astronaut
  5. Flight scientist, Systems Dynamics Laboratory. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  6. Project manager (following Richard Fimmel) of NASA's legendary Pioneer 10, the first Jupiter and Deep Space mission (1972-2003)
  7. Flight astronaut sts-67,86,91,114
  8. NASA: Design Engineer Apollo era, designing the Propulsion Servicing Systems for the 2ndStage of the 3-stage Saturn V Rocket who put men on the moon eventually. Later Lead Design of Main Propulsion Systems of the Space Shuttle
  9. retired astronaut
  10. Astronaut NASA . STS-41G , STS-28 , STS-45
  11. astronaut
  12. Spotted Comet Leonard
  13. Retired Soviet/Russian cosmonaut and Air Force Major general (Born: 1934) On 18 March 1965, he became the first human to conduct extravehicular activity, exiting the capsule during the Voskhod 2 mission for a 12-minute spacewalk
  14. Russian cosmonaut / astronaut, first man in space
  15. payload specialist
  16. Russian Cosmonaut. Flew on Soyuz TM-4 / Soyuz TM-3. Was selected as cosmonaut on 12.07.1977. Test pilot for the Soviet Shuttle program; was assigned as double for the first Buran test flight; died on the complications of a brain tumor
  17. Mercury 13 Female Candidate & Aviator
  18. American engineer, most famous for The Viking Program space probes sent to Mars. He is also the founder of Spherix and is now 88 and lives in U.S.A
  19. American Astronomer and planetary scientist specializing in planetary dynamics. He currently works at the Southwest Research Institute, U.S.A. and studies planetary orbits and their evolution through solar system history
  20. Canadian Astronomer
  21. Bronze team Nasa Flight Director for the Apollo program
  22. German-American science writer, spaceflight advocate, and historian of science who helped popularize rocketry, spaceflight, and natural history in both Germany and the United States. The crater Ley on the far side of the Moon is named in his honor
  23. Former Payload Specialist Astronaut
  24. NASA/MIT: Software Engineer and 'Rope Mother' (supervisor) for the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) from 1961 to 1968 (Apollo 8)
  25. NASA Apollo era Flight Director EECOM
  26. Next Belgian ESA astronaut
  27. Current NASA Administrator (Acting) since Jan 20th, 2017
  28. astronaut
  29. Astronaut
  30. Astronaut - Space Shuttle Pilot for STS-87 and STS-95; Commander of Shuttle missions STS-104, STS-121, and STS-133
  31. astronaut space station mir.
  32. NASA Astronaut
  33. astronaut
  34. Chinese Space Traveler- Shenzhou 5
  35. astronaut
  36. astronaut
  37. Astronaut
  38. astronaut
  39. Retired Shuttle astronaut
  40. NASA astronaut (retired) flew on Skylab 3 and STS-3
  41. Airforce Lt Colonel & NASA Test Pilot: X-24B Lifting Body Plane
  42. Flight astronaut sts-122
  43. Flight scientist
  44. Apollo 13 Astronaut, author of the best-selling book 'Lost Moon'
  45. British born scientist, environmentalist and futurologist. He is best known for proposing the Gaia hypothesis. He is now 92 and lives in Devon, UK
  46. Astronaut - Flew on STS 32, STS 43 & STS 57
  47. astronaut
  48. Fourth Director of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (Born: 1922) He served as director from June 15, 1974 to July 3, 1986. He is now 95
  49. Scientist Emeritus at the Astrogeology Science Center at the USGS and one of the first women in the field of Astrogeology. She was one of the people responsible for making lunar maps for the Apollo 11 mission
  50. Flight astronaut sts-51g,34,43,58,76/79
  51. Grumman test engineer, born 1939. Worked on the Apollo program for Grumman in the 1960s, writing test and evaluation procedures for the Lunar Module systems
  52. US Navy vet, born 1940. Served on the USS Donner during its recovery mission of Ham the Chimp in 1961 prior to launching the first US man in space months later
  53. Cosmonaut
  54. Flight astronaut